This year’s Campus Prevention Network Summit brings together change-makers and agenda-setters around a bold new vision for transforming higher education: putting safety, well-being, and inclusion at the center of student and institutional success.
Taking on the questions that matter most to the mission and business of higher education.
How does social impact drive enrollment?
Today’s students are socially conscious and make values-based consumer decisions. For most, safety, well-being, and inclusion are as important as academic rigor when deciding where to go to college.
How is prevention supporting student success & retention?
The quality of prevention efforts is predictive of first-year retention and four-year graduation rates. Safer, more inclusive campuses report higher engagement, greater sense of belonging, and improved academic outcomes.
Are you preparing students with career-ready skills?
Employers are looking for hires who will be an asset to their workplace culture. Non-cognitive skills prepare students to get a good job, increase their productivity, and progress as leaders in their careers and communities.
How will the CPN Summit accelerate your institution’s future success?
This year’s Summit closes the chasm between presidents and practitioners, bringing together institutional leaders at all levels around a common language: student success. You’ll gain insights from higher education luminaries and the nation’s most powerful prevention technology to connect safety, well-being, and inclusion efforts to outcomes across the student lifecycle at your institution or organization.
Our Keynote Speakers
Commitment to Respect
EVERFI embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion, and promotes respect for the dignity and value of all persons. As such, we are committed to providing a harassment-free environment for everyone–attendees, speakers, EVERFI and production team staff, and partner organizations. This includes the opportunity to learn, socialize, and work in a safe and respectful virtual environment.
We recognize a shared responsibility to create a virtual space for all attendees to have a positive experience. Some behaviors are, therefore, specifically prohibited:
Harassment or intimidation based on race, religion, language, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, appearance, or other group status.
Sexual harassment or intimidation, including unwelcome sexual attention in any format, stalking, or sharing unsolicited sexual content.
Sustained disruptions of speaker presentations.
All participants are expected to observe these guidelines for respectful behavior in all virtual conference venues. Participants asked to stop a hostile or harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Conference participants seek to learn, network, and have fun. Please do so responsibly and with respect for the right of others to do likewise.